The Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre (DNRC) is a purpose-built clinical rehabilitation centre for the armed forces to improve and advance treatments already available for injured personnel.
It also provides immediate access to on-site patient diagnosis and treatment plans, supports significant advances in medical research and offers extensive outdoor facilities to benefit the early stages of rehabilitation. Alongside a new 37,000m2 specialist clinical facility, the project included alterations and refurbishment of the Grade II listed Stanford Hall.
The DNRC was handed over to the Prime Minister at a special event in June 2018.
Customer – Interserve Strategic Projects
Duration – 104 weeks
Location – Loughborough
Our works included
- Foundations and pile caps
- Insitu concrete retaining walls up to 10m in height
- Ground bearing floor slabs
- Basement excavation
- Swimming pool construction from basement to ground floor
- Concrete columns to first floor
- Basement and upper floor slabs
- Capping beams works to pre-installed piles
- Surface and foul drainage
- Multi-use service trench to MOD specification
- External works including access road and permeable car park
This aerial footage was taken by a drone in June 2018.